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grad16uc 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yea I doubt Nadal would've beat Novak there. I still hope he has a few more French's in him and hell, he still has a shot at the other two. Even with the injury, hasn't looked this good on grass in years.

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grad16uc 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's ok to like people that aren't Trump supporters. And if not, surely there's some middle ground between 'I like them' and 'they're dead to me'.

At one point in time, a lot of people hated Bannon after the fallout with Trump. Now, mostly back in favor it seems. I don't even know what the consensus is on Alex Jones anymore. If you ever seesaw on someone, probably time to have a word with yourself.

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grad16uc 4 points ago +7 / -3

For real, it's clear people like Rogan and Musk aren't radical. Every time something like this happens, the people who only see the world as black and white come out in full force to say 'I told you so'.

If you're not perfect, then you're my enemy.

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grad16uc 1 point ago +1 / -0

The policies insure business interruption caused by property damage. This is why the industry has been so successful in court, because its pretty obvious that the business interruption is NOT a result of any damage.

If you bought insurance which covers business interruption for any cause, then fair enough, the insurer should pay up and they most definitely would to avoid bad faith claims. That's not what's getting thrown out by the courts though.

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grad16uc 2 points ago +2 / -0

Business' will typically have some sort of business interruption coverage tied to their property policy. They'll file a claim which the insurer will reject, leading to a filed suit. Insurance companies may explicitly have virus exclusions in the policy (which is just a simple win) but even if they don't, they've been winning these cases on the basis that a virus does not cause property damage and therefore, the business interruption caused by this event is not covered under the policy. Most courts, if not all that I've heard about, have sided with the insurance industry.

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grad16uc 5 points ago +5 / -0

These cases have already been tried in most circuit courts in the country at this point and been squashed. Unless there was truly something different about this specific carrier's policy, it's unlikely this won't end as just another successful win for the insurance industry. And rightfully so I might add.

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grad16uc 2 points ago +2 / -0

It'll work on stupid people. Fuck.

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grad16uc 7 points ago +7 / -0

Every career politician should be automatically off the list.

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grad16uc 19 points ago +19 / -0

She should be careful, heard you can develop racism on that site.

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grad16uc 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't know enough about bot accounts to say. Maybe accounts with no followers would be a start? Just saying that you'd want to split up the full user base into separate subgroups and risk assess before doing any sampling. Ideally this would be done by their external auditors.

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grad16uc 4 points ago +5 / -1

The number of samples isn't that big of a deal. I'd be more concerned with what type of population they used and how randomized the selection was.

Were verified/blue check users included in there selection? If so, then you know they didn't do any kind of appropriate stratification, and were trying to misrepresent.

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grad16uc 7 points ago +7 / -0

I believe MJ works for the babylon bee. So yea...

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grad16uc 33 points ago +33 / -0

That reads like liberal fanfiction. Something a redditor would no doubt come up with to describe the right wing. It's just so hilariously stupid.

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grad16uc 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, I think there will always be opportunity for recourse - if it comes from future generations, its all that more important to ensure your mission is not only guided by morality, but clearly done so, else its harder to find. Sometimes the wrong path is just so repellent though, that even in the absence of a clear road to the right one, you'll end up on it without even realizing. We're lucky to live in a time where both conditions exist.

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grad16uc 9 points ago +9 / -0

I think you can want people to find their way back to the right path and still want the wrong one to lead off a cliff, eventually.

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grad16uc 6 points ago +6 / -0

Got a test after I was sick to have an excuse out of a work event. Didn't even test positive. Worst pandemic ever.

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grad16uc 3 points ago +3 / -0

Exactly, have to play dumb back. Make them explain their way of thinking by asking the obvious questions.

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